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This issue can sometimes (every time in my experience) be addressed by running the "Refresh Trusted Security Token Services Metadata feed" -- just look under "Timer Jobs" under "Monitoring" in Central Administration. This is one of those timer jobs which runs infrequently (in this case once per day, usually at midnight), so unless you kick it off explicitly ...


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Yes, it is. You need be on WFM 1.0 cu 5 level, as In CU 5 Adds support for the TLS protocol versions 1.1 and 1.2. Description of the Cumulative Update 5 for Workflow Manager 1.0 TLS 1.2 support for Workflow Manager and Office Online Server when communicating with a SharePoint Server 2016 farm that has forced TLS 1.2 communications must be manually enabled ...


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We were facing the same issue, we solved this by changing the following parameters (Power Shell). In our case, it was caused by very large workflows processing in parallel. ServiceBusTopicSizeQuotaInBytes: Set-WFServiceConfiguration -ServiceUri "https://workflow-service-url:12290" -Name ServiceBusTopicSizeQuotaInBytes -Value 18737418240 ...


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I've founded a little trick. We should launch VS as an administrator. This simple action solved the same issue as described in the topic.


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Right-click on your SharePoint App project in Visual Studio and select “SharePoint“. There you can uncheck “Enable Remote Event Debugging“. It no longer works with debugging provided hosted app. Instead attach a cloud debugger to the azure web app to debug.


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this message is guiding towards port availability, looks like port 9000 is not avaiable for service bus, that's why it is throwing time out error. At this point collect the netstat information, run this in command line netstat -ano| findstr 9000) Check if the port 9000 is being used by any other application, if yes Re run the Config wizard and change the ...


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I am positive you dont need to run the config wizard after WF manager updates. Software requirements: PowerShell 3.0 must be installed on the computer to be updated. PowerShell 3.0 is included in the Windows Management Framework 3.0 installation. Go to Windows Management Framework 3.0 to install this update Workflow Manager Client 1.0 must be installed on ...


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I used the below method to change the certificate without any issues. Harber explain very well in his blog post. You can try the below powershell: #load up the Service Bus PoSh Import-Module ServiceBus #grab the certificate based on it's friendly name $friendlyName = "wfmSanCert" $cert = dir Cert:\LocalMachine\My | ? {$_.FriendlyName -eq $friendlyName} # ...


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you can debug remote event receiver in on-premise server with Visual Studio without the need to configure Azure Service Bus. but, you have to use Microsoft Azure Service Bus for debugging remote event receiver for SharePoint online. please check the this link for more details https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/sp-add-ins/debug-and-troubleshoot-...


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As per my knowledge you need to have Azure subscription account and Azure service bus in order to debug your remote event receiver. And I don't think you can create Azure service Bus inside your VM.


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